More pictures of the all new Hyundai Azera

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And looking really good.

Hyundai’s image seems to be improving every day.
This could have a real chance to work in the US, finally.
Against the Taurus, Maxima and LaCrosse.

Conversation 18 comments

  1. Vince, yes, I agree with you. This new Azera is looking very good. I'm expecting the interior to look as good as the exterior.

  2. Hyundai seems to be saturating the market with too many models. This Azera one does not differentiate itself very well. The name is unremarkable and the dash conjures up Elantra in my mind. Also, the tail lights are very similar to a previous Mitsubishi. Hope it works for them. At least they are trying like crazy to penetrate the market in every niche they can.

  3. Actually, the rear reminds me of the Hyundai Genesis Concept.
    http://www.netcarshow.com/hyundai/2007-genesis_concept/800×600/wallpaper_03.htm

    It might fine a home with some buyers but it has to be a clear step above the Sonata as well as a great value. The old Azera was a good car but got dated really quick. This would have to hit it out the park but then Hyundai would have to step up the Genesis. Would the Genesis continue to be the value that it is now?

  4. maybe its because im european… but the design on the car looks OLD. like 1990s old. could be thge color… but all huandais looks sort of odl fashioned.

  5. Meanwhile, Accord & Camry are so far behind in the dust, that nobody really cares if they EVER catch up. Hyundai, Dodge, Ford, Buick, Nissan, Chrysler are all so far ahead of yesterdays "geriatric japanese" that consumers have got plenty to choose from.

  6. Hyundai dash = too narrow, too sharp a "V" at base.

    Lexus dash = too wide, looks like a horse collar.

    Malibu dash = "Just Right!"

    (And when an even better dash is build–BUICK will build it! — which they did (LaCrosse))

  7. "Meanwhile, Accord & Camry are so far behind in the dust, that nobody really cares if they EVER catch up. Hyundai, Dodge, Ford, Buick, Nissan, Chrysler are all so far ahead of yesterdays "geriatric japanese" that consumers have got plenty to choose from."

    Awesome job there shill. So I wonder who you work for. Is it Hyundai?

    How much do you get paid to say such nonsense on car blogs?

  8. Hyundai is really adding fuel to its own fire with this Azera. I'm sure it will be another hit for the company.

  9. Awesome job there shill. So I wonder who you work for. Is it Hyundai?

    Try Honda. But don't blame me for poor styling, that's not my department. I have 3-yr old Acura with 285 miles (only drive it to work when the big shots are in town) and a Charger and a Maxima that are both so much fun that I've got over 100k on a 2-yr old Maxima and over 200k on the 5-yr old Charger. And don't believe the BS about Hondas being any more reliable than Chryslers or Nissans — it's call Marketing (not simple advertising) and THAT's something Honda does better than ANYBODY (althoug Toyota is close).

    As far as Honda's spotless image goes — your welcome.

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